I don't see the logo on the crystal, but the guy I bought it off did say it is basically the same as an Omega, just with a different name on the face. I didn't know if that was true or not but I liked the look of the watch so much I had to buy it.
Here's the best close up shot I could get, definitely no Omega engraving on the crystal.
eeeb- that post just could bring up a flurry of cross-posting from me!
Besides owning a 1969 666 Deepsea, (Will be on my wrist tomorrow by coincidence)
and a decent 1964 Spaceview:
Was just noticing that a buddy's Speedmaster
has a similar case as the Beta 21. Omega had a history of these integrated bracelets.
I posted a couple of pics of this one I got this morning in the Omega forum. This uses the same movement as the Titus, right?:-s
Omega only used the ESA tuning fork movements. Indeed, besides Universal Geneve and Citizen, no one other than Bulova used actual Bulova movements, to the best of my knowledge.Yup, they all use the Bulova TF mov't as far as I know?? I've seen an Omega Seamaster, your De Ville and my Constellation so far.....wonder if Omega did any others???